The F150 we rented had Sync 3. We all really enjoyed using Apple Car Play and Android Auto for playing music, navigating and even making calls.
The F150 we rented had frontal pre-collision detection but not pre-collision avoidance. So, if the truck thinks you're going to rear-end someone, it will alert you but will not brake for you. I floored the truck to pass a car on a two-lane highway, and the pre-collision alarm activated. I think it's useful, and might prevent a crash, but not as well as if it would brake before a collision is inevitable.
This is where the Tacoma shines. The Tacoma comes standard with pre-collision avoidance, so it'll break for you too. No front crash prevention is available in the 4Runner and Jeep Wrangler. The F150 comes standard with pre-collision detection, and in the higher trims, like the Limited, it comes with pre-collision avoidance.
In terms of crashworthiness, the Wrangler and 4Runner have "Marginal" marks which make them the least safe of vehicles of the vehicles being compared. The Tacoma has an "Acceptable" mark. The F150 is safest all around. From iihs.org: